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cx_OracleDBATools contains a number of Python scripts that handle Oracle DBA tasks in a cross-platform manner. These scripts are i
cx_OracleDBATools contains a number of Python scripts that handle Oracle DBA tasks in a cross-platform manner.
These scripts are intended to work the same way on all platforms and hide the complexities involved in managing Oracle databases on Windows.
CreateDB - create an Oracle database
StartDB - start an Oracle database
StopDB - stop an Oracle database
CloneDB - clone an Oracle database
BackupDB - perform a cold backup on an Oracle database
RestoreDB - restore an Oracle database from backup
RemoveDB - remove an Oracle database from the machine
ExportControlFile - export the statements needed to recreate a control file
ShowMemoryDB - show memory used by database (Linux only)
This project depends on the cx_PyGenLib and cx_Oracle projects. These must be
installed before using these scripts if you are running in source mode. If you
are using the binary version, these projects can be safely ignored.
What's New in This Release:
Added option --replace-existing to CloneDB in order to support issuing one command to replace an existing database with a copy of another one.
Always set the enviroment, even when connecting directly using cx_Oracle, as otherwise the wrong SID could be set and the wrong action take place.
Do not prompt for the value for ORACLE_HOME if the --no-prompts option has been invoked.
Increase the size of the template system tablespace for Oracle 10g as it was too small.
On Windows, wait until the service is actually started or stopped before continuing.
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